As a postdoc in The Imagination and Modal Cognition Lab and the Woldorff Lab at Duke University, I study the neurocognitive mechanisms that support visual attention, conscious perception, and how each process impacts how people generate mental simulations and make causal judgements.
I use behavioral, eye tracking, and electroencephalography (EEG) techniques for a multidimensional view.
In collaboration with the MADLAB at Duke, I further explore how my research interfaces with philosophical concepts, such as responsibility and moral agency.
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(My sister and I visiting the Duke Lemur Center )